Determining diurnal variations of land surface emissivity from geostationary satellites

@inproceedings{Li2012DeterminingDV,
  title={Determining diurnal variations of land surface emissivity from geostationary satellites},
  author={Zhenglong Li and Jun Li and Yue Li and Yong Zhang and Timothy J. Schmit and Lihang Zhou and Mitchell D. Goldberg and W. Paul Menzel},
  year={2012}
}
[1] Infrared (IR) land surface emissivity (LSE) with a high temporal and spatial resolution is very important for deriving other products using IR radiance measurements as well as assimilating IR radiances in numerical weather prediction (NWP) models over land. Retrieved from various satellite instruments, many LSE databases are available for operational and research use. Most are updated only monthly; assuming emissivity does not change within the month. However, laboratory measurements have… CONTINUE READING

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